Inside the church
The present church is built of a warm yellow brick with afromosa wood furniture. It can seat a congregation of 120 with seats to one side for a small music group and audio visual equipment. The focal point is a large plain wooden cross on the sanctuary wall above the communion table. Either side of the sanctuary there are two small stained glass windows which are illuminated at night. In front of the blue carpeted sanctuary there is an open area with the font and space for drama, dance and other activities which form part of our varied styles of worship. Above the original stepped entrance is a mosaic of the good Samaritan. Alternative access is by a ramped corridor entering from the Vestibule off the car park. The Pulpit, Lecturn and Communion Rail are all removable from the raised platform when the occasion demands.
We have Braille and large print Hymns & Psalms, and large print Mission Praise and Methodist Service Books. Within the church there is a sound reinforcement system with induction loop for the hard of hearing.
The Vestry comprises a quiet area where people can relax and talk confidentially or used for prayer meetings or small meetings of about 12 peole. It is tastefully screened off from a smaller area used for the church office. The main area also has doors onto the patio which is bordered by flower beds.
The Coffee Lounge which can seat about 35 has a hatch through to the kitchen, doors opening onto a patio (good for barbecues) as well as a sink for non-food use such as children's activities and flower arranging.
Adjacent to the Church Hall is a large fully equipped modern kitchen which is much appreciated when used for social functions. it is used by the Luncheon Club, Men's Supper Club and other groups within the church and is available to book for events such as children's parties.
The Car Park
We have a car park for about 26 cars. Leading off this is a spacious entrance vestibule and the ramped corridor which provides level access to all parts of the building. There is a toilet for those with mobility difficulties and baby changing facilities.
The Church Hall
The hall (formerly the church) seats 120, or 80 at tables. It has a stage at one end, several store rooms and provision for stage lighting. An induction loop system is installed. It is used for a variety of events including concerts, pantomimes, sales and fairs, lunches, meetings, Arthritis Care and youth activities.
The Link Room
The Link Room is primarily used Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm as an office for One Rock International a charity promoting and training people for mission. Outside of these hours the room is available for small meetings and small groups of about 15. Apart from the two desks for the office above, it has 10 lounge chairs and a coffee table. It is also equipped with a flat screen TV, DVD player, WiFi, table football machine and a large 4-in-a-row game.